Global law without a state
Ashgate Publishing Company, 1997 - Law - 305 pages
Global Law Without a State deals with legal pluralism in an emerging world society. Its central thesis is that globalisation of law tends to create a decentred law-making process which occurs in multiple sectors of civil society.
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Legal Pluralism in the World Society
A Selfapplying System Beyond National Law?
The Constitution of a Pluralistic Legal
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